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BGjournal Archive

BGJournalWelcome to the online archive of BGjournal.

BGjournal began in 2004. Before that, BGCI produced BGCNews, which is also archived here.

Articles are published online six months after publication. BGCI Members receive our publications in electronic or printed form.

Please browse the journal archives by year using the drop-down menu.

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Publication Year: 
Jan 2016: An early warning system for new and emerging plant pest and disease risks: a network of botanic gardens and arboreta by Ellie Barham
Jan 2016: Tree health, IPSN and the Yorkshire Arboretum by John Grimshaw
Jan 2016: Contributions of Christchurch Botanic Gardens to plant health and biosecurity in New Zealand by John Clemens and Eckehard Brockerhoff
Jan 2016: Morphological and molecular identification of common nursery and landscape pests in Shenzhen, China by
Jan 2016: The Sentinel Plant Network: enhancing biosecurity by leveraging the capacity of public gardens to support early detection of and rapid response to invasive alien pests by Daniel Stern and Rachel McCarthy
Jan 2016: Biosecurity of woody plant collections in Mlyňany by Marek Barta, Peter Ferus and Peter Hoťka
Jan 2016: Surveying, monitoring and quarantining for notifiable pests and diseases at the Eden Project by Rachel Warmington and Katie Treseder